Aula de Infantil del Colexio Ferroviario
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Aula de Infantil del Colexio Ferroviario

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Aula de infantil del Colexio Ferroviario, en donde se puede utilizar la pizarra digital para el uso con los alumnos.

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Nearby images in Northern Spain

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A: Infantil

by Juan Carlos Salgueiro, less than 10 meters away

Aula de infantil del Colexio Ferroviario de Monforte de Lemos (LUGO)

Infantil

B: Colexio Ferroviario Comedor

by Juan Carlos Salgueiro, less than 10 meters away

Colexio Ferroviario Comedor

C: Patio Infantil Colexio Ferroviario

by Juan Carlos Salgueiro, less than 10 meters away

Zona de xogos no patio exterior do Colexio Ferroviario, onde os nenos de infantil poden disfrutar do ...

Patio Infantil Colexio Ferroviario

D: Ferroviario´s Hall

by Juan Carlos Salgueiro, 50 meters away

Ferroviario´s Hall

E: Polideportivo Ferroviario

by Juan Carlos Salgueiro, 70 meters away

Instalaciones del Polideportivo del Colexio Ferroviario de Monforte de Lemos (LUGO) en donde los alum...

Polideportivo Ferroviario

F: Crossroads

by Sam Ablott, 15.4 km away

A crossraod near to Marce in the Rieira Sacra (Sacred Shore) in Galicia, Spain. This region has been ...

Crossroads

G: River at the foot of A Fábrica Da Luz

by Isaac Ruppen, 17.2 km away

Little River located in the Ribeira Sacra orensana that fed a former power station now converted into...

River at the foot of A Fábrica Da Luz

H: Samos town, Lugo

by Henry Alvarez, 26.8 km away

Samos town, Lugo

I: Samos town & Monastery

by Henry Alvarez, 26.9 km away

The monastery of San Julián de Samos, founded in the sixth century, belongs to the Benedictine order ...

Samos town & Monastery

J: Samos Monastery, Front door

by Henry Alvarez, 26.9 km away

Samos Monastery, Front door

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